Two teachers from different London schools form an unlikely choir In this programme we follow teachers from two very different schools, as they try to form a choir at an inner London homeless centre.
Neill Parrish is from The John Roan Secondary School in Greenwich and Paul Cozens is from the independent St Paul’s Cathedral School.
Though separated by the state/private divide, they are united in their love of music. They’ve been challenged to put on a carol concert with the residents of the centre in London’s Spitalfields Market, and they have got just two weeks to do it in.
We follow the highs and lows of their rehearsals and see how these very different worlds come together for an event that will see them all finding their voices.